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Old 03-04-2009, 12:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Help hooking a new computer up

Hi again =P

I just got the computer parts, and i began putting everything together- so far so good- i have a little video tutorial on you tube. But Ive ran into a bit of a snag.

On the "Twelve hundred Ultimate gaming case"- the ( I guess its called) Rear Panel conductor- it has the little holes for the keyboard, mouse, sound- that the Motherbord slides into- and hooks that stuff up..

Well on the case- it already had a panel installed on it- and i cant get it off- to hook up the panel that came with the Motherbord. Ive read the manual- of both the Case and the Motherbord- neither even mention this...

Could you guys help please? =O

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Default Re: Help hooking a new computer up

That panel will just push out, then snap in the one that came with the motherboard. They SHOULD pop out with minimal effort.

Push on the panel from the OUTSIDE of the panel (back of the case) and it should pop off towards the inside of the case.
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